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Card and board game for 1-3 players. The object of the game is to form rows of five chips on the gameboard, by placing chips on the board spaces that correspond to cards played from your hand. Play a classic rule game, switch to an easier faster Kids game or choose your own favorite game settings.

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Customer Reviews

Had no problems as suggested

Sorry, but wrdz's issues with this game don't exist. I had no problem entering my name. To enter your name, click a player name then click "New Name" at the bottom of the list. To be able to exchange dead cards, start a game by playing "My Rules" instead of Classic. Then, check "Discard dead cards" to exchange them. This was even explained in the Help section. As far as the AI player being too "lucky", I've heard that kind of complaint before. Whenever someone is playing against a computer that is "random", this complaint always exists. But seriously, do you really think the programmers would intentionally give the computer an unfair edge against the player? For what reason? They want as many people to buy their app as possible. It would actually be harder to program the edge than to just make it truly random. I enjoyed the game very much (I'm a big fan of Sequence as well). Good job guys.

Lots of problems & bugs

I love the game Sequence and this is the only similar game in the app store. I was excited to try it, but unfortunately it was terribly done. The first problem is that the feature which lets you enter a new players name (your own name) is broken. I had to pick a name from the small list of random names they provide (I was "Leif"). The next problem is that my opponent (the "electronic computer player") had the most amazing hand and made a sequence right off the bat. Continuing, it always had the correct card to block me from getting any sequence. Having played a lot of Sequence board games in my life, I know no one is ever as "lucky" as this player was. The other problem is that in the real life game when you have a card in your hand that is covered up by tokens in both placesyou can exchange it for a new card as it cannot be played. In this game there is no way to exchange your unplayable card. The developers need to put some work into fixing the problems this game has.


We paly this game frequently on a home made board. It was fun to have it available for iPad. I would like to have the ability to play over LAN or Game Center. My wife thinks it played in wrong location several times so an undo option would be nice as well.

One-Eyed Jack - HD
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  • $2.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released:
  • Version: 1
  • Size: 2.9 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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